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If you own a vehicle then adding an SR22 to your existing auto insurance policy is usually simple. However, some major companies like GEICO, State Farm and Allstate do not add SR22s to their auto policies. That's not a problem, we can insure your car and add your SR22 to your policy, usually for no extra cost!
We also offer Non-Owner SR22 policies for drivers that need an SR22 but either don't own a vehicle or have their vehicle insured with another company that doesn't offer the SR22. So, if you need an SR22 to obtain or reinstate your drivers license but do not own a vehicle our Non-Owner SR22 policy is just what you need.
An SR-22 is a form that's filed with your state to prove that you have car insurance meeting the minimum coverages required by law. Also known as a "Certificate of Financial Responsibility," "SR-22 Bond," or "SR-22 Form," an SR-22 isn't a type of insurance but rather an easy-to-get document from your state's department of motor vehicles.
You need an SR-22 if you were convicted of a serious moving violation, such as reckless driving, DUI or driving without insurance. An SR-22 allows you to keep or reinstate your license after serious driving offenses and proves to the state that you have at least the minimum amount of car insurance required by law. It’s also referred to as a “Certificate of Financial Responsibility.”
For an SR-22, insurance companies can charge a one-time filing fee. The standard SR-22 filing fee is $25, but it can be higher. The SR-22 itself doesn’t increase your car insurance rates.
However, the violation that resulted in an SR-22 requirement will affect your auto insurance premium. In short, it’s your infraction and not the SR-22 that will hike up your rates. Your rate will go up, on average, 57% or $993 a year for one DUI, according to a 2022 rate analysis by Insurance.com. With an SR-22 or FR-44 (a similar form required in some states), you may have to carry more than the state minimum, increasing your rates even more.